by upendra namburi, best-selling author of 31
Will a power play of 8 hours change the fortunes of Arya Holdings Ltd.? Will the mutli-billion dollar conglomerate spread across hotels, power, steel and liquor businesses rise above the bloodshed? Or will the PE funds and bankers make and break the deal? Is Aratrika Reddy set to emerge as a winner over the demons, both external and internal? Will Madhusudhan Reddy have the last laugh or will the Rathores outsmart him? Who will play the corporate game and who will get played? More than everything is at stake here. The truth is about to unfold between 1 am and 9 am.order your copy
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- 60 Minutes
What can happen in a month? Plenty, as Ravi Shastry, a middle level executive in ‘Imperial Bank’, is about to find out. 31, Upendra Namburi’s debut novel, gives you a ringside view of the thirty one most combative days in Ravi’s dramatically altered life. This page turner will keep you hooked till the end.
As the chief marketing officer of one of the biggest FMCG companies, Agastya is all set for the most important product launch of his career when things spin out of control. 60 minutes is all he has to save his job and his marriage. In a battle of sorts, who will persist and who will come out on top? It all boils down to 60 Minutes.
The novel is fast paced which actually transports you to the grim reality of the corporate world. You tend to read so fast that you want to know what's happening to the protagonist. Seriously speaking you live the character for a long time as you get into the skin of character. It takes time for readers to come out of the novel once it's finished.Eagerly waiting for the next novel. Good thriller, was unable to put the book down. Finished the book in one sitting. Waiting for the next book. Excellent thriller with a corporate setting. I have never heard about this book or writer before, but was amazed to read this page turner.
- Ravi Jadhav
A battle turns to war
We wash our dirty linen with
Sweat and blood
This Haiku preceding chapter four best represents what ’60 Minutes’ is all about. Bloodbath is quite common in the corporate world, especially in India, where senior executives and CXOs hunt for prey in rival territories and sometimes in their own. We’d recommend this book to each reader, irrespective of any corporate background, for you can learn a lot to implement in your lives. That apart, feel the adrenaline rush in a span of 60 minutes! The latest corporate drama by Upendra Namburi is a fun read. There is a product launch, your market competition tries to trick you, your launch is jeopardized, you have to save yourself in front of the global head. And then it comes down to the 60 minutes where Agastya the protagonist has to save his job, his marriage. Maithili, the girl with whom Agastya has an affair wants to avenge his betrayal. Both have sixty minutes to save or ruin themselves.